from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. With the postage having been paid in advance.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. paid in advance (used especially of mail items)
- adj. paid after the service (used especially of cellular phones)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the postage prepaid, as a letter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the postage prepaid: as, a post-paid letter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. having the postage paid by the sender
- adj. used especially of mail; paid in advance
Although AT&T is touting its lead in postpaid smartphone subscribers, the carrier is just now taking steps to gain a better foothold in the prepaid market, an area where rivals have a head start.
The price of it in limp cloth covers, postpaid, is ten cents.
Long-term postpaid monthly subscriptions will be used by fewer than 40% of all mobile broadband users.
T's so-called postpaid net subscriber growth, which fell sharply in the first quarter from a year earlier, continued to lag in the second quarter, underscoring the difficulties of the wireless industry's most lucrative source of income.
We win send any of the above titles postpaid to any address.
James Ratcliffe predicted Sprint would lose 100,000 contract subscribers, known as postpaid, and add 225,000 prepaid users.
Underneath that total, however, is a great deal of turmoil, as low-priced prepaid plans lure customers from much higher-priced plans, called postpaid, that commit customers to contracts.
Wireless revenue declined 8 percent as the company shed a net of 545,000 wireless subscribers, including 801,000 so-called postpaid customers who sign annual contracts and tend to spend the most.
In the second quarter of the year, AT&T added more new customers overall (1.6 million vs. 1.4 million), but Verizon attracted more "postpaid" wireless customers, the most lucrative type of subscribers -- 665,000 compared with 496,000 for AT&T.
AT&T's "postpaid" average revenue per user has risen 4.7%, to $60.21, since the third quarter of 2007.